Timothy P Fagan
Managing Editor - EHS
Phone: 860-510-0100 ext. 2196

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Timothy P. Fagan is a Senior Legal Editor for BLR’s Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) publications, focusing primarily on air quality, chemical management, and hazard communication related topics. Mr. Fagan has covered EHS developments with BLR since 2000. Before joining BLR, he worked as an environmental consultant responsible for air quality permitting and compliance for a broad range of industries in both the private and public sector. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical  Engineering from Villanova University, a Master of Science degree in Environmental  Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, and a graduate certificate in Environmental Health and Safety from Central Connecticut State University.

Recent articles by Timothy P Fagan

  • Realizing the Benefits of Safety Plans

    Written safety plans are often the foundation of an organization’s safety program - spelling out safety goals, identifying hazards and controls, outlining standards and training, documenting procedures, specifying roles and responsibilities, and establishing lines and methods of communication and feedback. Developing and implementing a safety plan at your facility can be a significant undertaking, but the benefits of having a written plan in place are many.

  • NSC 2019: Fatigue—How are you managing the risk?

    At the 2019 National Safety Council (NSC) Congress & Expo in San Diego, California, Emily Whitcomb, Senior Program Manager of NSC, and Lori Guasta, Vice President, Consulting Services and Research for Predictive Safety SRP, Inc., spoke about fatigue in the workplace and how to manage this significant but largely unrecognized hazard.

  • Safety 2018: Knowing vs. understanding chemical hazards—where do we set the bar?

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard gives workers the right to know about the chemicals and chemical hazards in their workplace. But is knowing enough?

  • Safety 2018: Where are you in the transition to risk?

    Workplace safety is evolving as safety professionals seek to shift the philosophy of their organizations away from one of basic compliance to one based on reducing risk.


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